From the bootcamps on Monday to the final awarding of the drones on Wednesday, #AppForum2014 brimmed with energy, education and great connections.
We covered the event extensively on social media, and if you didn't have a chance to check it out during the show, there is plenty of content for you to review now that the event has ended!
PHOTOS & VIDEOS
We had photos and great posts shared with me and the world from , and - more than 70 photos from the various sessions and events are posted here: http://bit.ly/AppForum2014pix
We've started a playlist on YouTube -- right now, we've got videos of the drones (and from the drones) on this playlist: AppForum2014 - YouTube But we are busily editing our footage and will soon have more videos to share.
Please check out this blog from of iFactr: Committing to Mobility: A Perspective on AppForum 2014 from the Thought Leaders at iFactr
Also this blog from Velda Goodin of Scansource - Consumer Devices Driving New Enterprise Opportunity
One of our partners from Uberall Dario Luaces" href="" modifiedtitle="true" title="Dario Luaces"> posted blogs in Spanish (#AppForum2014 — Medium) and English (Attending #AppForum) about their AppForum plans. And they sent this creative tweet after the show, so they must have found it worthwhile!
And Kevin Lollock shared these two blogs - The Times They are A-Changin': A Perspective on AppForum2014 and Calling All Hackmasters to Test Your Skills AppForum2014
We posted a smaller set of images on Facebook - come on over to see them and give us a Like or two: Photos from Motorola Solutions's post - Motorola Solutions | Facebook
Check out all the tweets under hashtag #AppForum2014 on Twitter, and please follow us going forward:
Motorola Solutions global: @MotoSolutions
RhoMobile Suite: @RhoMobile
North America channel news: @MotoChannelNA
Thanks again for coming to AppForum; please keep watching on Launchpad -- we'll be sharing presentations here:
...and more commentary and content around AppForum2014 here in the coming days.
Jenn Mesenbrink, @editorthink